WHAT BELONGS TO CAESAR

WHAT BELONGS TO CAESAR

Wk 9 Ordinary Time Mark 12.13-17 Sometimes we interpret giving to Caesar what belongs to him and to God what belongs to Him to mean that Caesar and God are competing. Caesar was a mortal man, as of now, no one knows where he is, no one can give him anything now. Meanwhile, we still give God what belongs to Him. Job realized this truth when he said, ‘naked I…Keep Reading

Bishop Clyde Martin Harvey Expresses Solidarity with African Americans

Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of St. George’s in Grenada Bishop Clyde Martin Harvey Expresses Solidarity with African Americans Share the Good News:

Bishop Harvey “Can’t Afford To Put All Eggs In Tourism Basket”

Bishop Harvey “Can’t Afford To Put All Eggs In Tourism Basket”

Roman Catholic Bishop, Clyde Harvey, says that the Church will be working closely with Government in assisting towards ensuring that the country emerges successfully from the economic challenges currently being presented by the Novel COVID-19 virus. Pointing out that this virus would not evaporate from the world anytime soon, Bishop Harvey says that he has made a commitment in the consciousness of the greater importance of food security in difficult…Keep Reading

Church Resumes With Bishop On Sister Isles

Church Resumes With Bishop On Sister Isles

Emmanuel – God is with us — that’s the spiritual platform on which Bishop of the Roman Catholic, Clyde Harvey, is calling on Parishioners of the sister isles to put their faith and trust during this challenging period of COVID-19.The Bishop conducted service at the Bogles, Hillsborough, Windward and Petit Martinique Churches over the course of last Saturday and Sunday.They all opened their doors while adhering to the various health…Keep Reading

MY LOCKDOWN STORY

By Fr. Sean Doggett The sounds of schoolchildren playing and the sight of children around the school from early morning to late afternoon is normal if you live in Beaulieu presbytery as I do. School holidays come and go but somehow children, in or out of uniform are part of the scenery. The abrupt closure of the schools when the partial state of emergency was declared, the locked gates and…Keep Reading

Coping With Lockdown

By Cheryl Kirton Covid-19 has really turned the world upside down, forcing governments the world over to implement strict regulations to control the movement of persons.  Grenada is no exception.  As a retiree, I do not find it difficult to remain at home according to the restrictions imposed by the Ministry of Health, but I must admit that the mere fact of the lockdown had a psychological effect, making me…Keep Reading

Surviving COVID-19

By Dr. Sonia Nixon Since January 2020, the world turned upside down when the World Health Organisation (WHO), announced that there was a new Coronavirus that was given the name SARS-CoV-2 which was causing severe respiratory illness and leading to death. This disease which is called COVID19 started in China and by early February had spread to most countries in the world and thus declared a “pandemic” by the WHO….Keep Reading

Religious Gathering for the Feast of the Presentation

The day dawned beautifully, as Religious of the Diocese gathered at Blessed Sacrament parish, Grand Anse, to worship with parishioners and to share a meal together, as servants living a consecrated life, and working in different parts of the Lord’s vineyard, here in Grenada. It was fitting to begin the day celebrating Consecrated Life, by singing Morning Prayer in the Parish Church at 9:00 am.  We were joined by some…Keep Reading

COVID-19: Its Impact on the Grenadian Economy

By: Henry Joseph Grenada, like the rest of the world is grappling with the effects of a virus (COVID-19) that to date has affected every country on the face of the earth. Not only has this virus claimed the lives of thousands of citizens but it has also had a crippling effect on the economies of the world. Grenada with its small open economy has to deal with the downturn…Keep Reading

Bishop Harvey addresses hunger post COVID-19

Source: The New Today Newspaper Bishop Clyde Harvey has urged Grenadians to start looking ahead and to address some of the burning social issues that came to the forefront in a more fundamental way due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Bishop delivered a deep and moving spiritual address to open the National Day of Thanksgiving declared by government to thank God for his mercies for sparing the island from any…Keep Reading

How to pray the Rosary

The Structure of the Rosary The rosary has 59 beads, a crucifix, and a medal, with certain prayers for each of these different pieces. The prayers of the rosary can be divided into three categories: Introductory Prayers The Decades Closing Prayers With the prayers of the rosary, we ask Mary to pray for us and to guide us by the example of her son, Jesus. Introductory Prayers The introductory prayers…Keep Reading

Catholic Focus May 2020 Issue

Read all the latest news from the Diocese. Click link below to view. https://catholicgnd.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/CF-spreads-May-2020-Epaper-Version.pdf Share the Good News: